16= Richard Krajicek - 4/10 It feels like we have limited data on the 1996 Wimbledon champion.
He was originally brought in last season as a grass-court consultant for Stan Wawrinka, who proceeded to land just one victory on the green stuff from two events.
The 6ft 6in Dutchman and the 6ft 4in Australian have more than a booming serve in common.
Both have undergone three knee operations, while Krajicek edges in front in the sickness stakes by four surgery visits to three because of the elbow which kept him fretting on the sidelines of the sport for 20 months.
(CNN) -- On a small tennis court in the Netherlands, love took center-stage.
It had all the ingredients of a romantic fairytale -- the nervous suitor down on one knee in front of a crowd of strangers, hoping that months of planning would win the heart of the girl of his dreams.
"During my career, I battled myself as well as my opponent. You're going to look back on your career and wonder where it went. "Richard was always improving with Rohan, although life as a professional tennis player is hugely stressful for all parties." Krajicek takes time out. I was reading this article that when Andre Agassi won Wimbledon in 1992, he spent hardly any time on grass. The announcement comes through on 20 June, following the Austrian's 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 loss to Brett Steven at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle. "I got back in my negativity, in my old ways for the first two sets.